I'm a school librarian at Farragut Middle. I like the lib to be loud, messy, and full of student activity. I love tech stuff as much as I love books, and I'm part of an awesome rotating maker space.
To celebrate the Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children movie release, we decided to hold a premier party in our school library. We made tickets and asked ELA teachers to give them to students of their choosing. Tickets allowed students to… Read More ›
In addition to being Hispanic Heritage Month and Library Card Sign-up Month, September is also when Banned Books Week begins. My co-librarian and I have already started gathering brown butcher paper and caution tape to assemble a display in the… Read More ›
My school district has already fired up the back-to-school machine, and I’ve been thinking about vertical planning, equitable access, and tossing out library cards. I’m a middle school librarian in a community that shares its name with a primary, intermediate,… Read More ›
Right now America is reeling from another violent tragedy. From watching the news, reading online, and simply existing in the age of social media and connectedness, I continually witness the unstable social climate of the United States. As a… Read More ›